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show. my name is jon stewart. we have a good one tonight. our guest journalist martha raddatz will be here, moderator and the winner of this year's vice presidential debate. a very rough weekend in the tri-state area. i'm sure by now you've all seen pictures of the damage. here's something you might want to look at. these are marathon runners who channeled their disappointment in the cancellation of the marathon into volunteering to help storm clean-up. ( cheers and applause ) it was very, very moving. it's enough to make you not that annoyed by marathon runners. not quite. obviously all donations still greatly appreciated. the sandy relief fund dot-org. your i-tunes dot-com slash red cross. you have your united way nyc dot-organ the salvation army usa dot-org. we'll give you the websites for the giant nor'easter coming on wednesday. somehow we have annoyed god. we'll begin tonight an hour away from election day. should already be election day but of course saturday night they added another [bleep] hour so we could stretch this thing out. daylight savings time is taken away. t
of all time. >> bin laden is there and you're going to kill him for me. >> tonight, our martha raddatz with exclusive access to the most controversial movie of the oscar season. "zero dark thirty." >>> and the new dolly, the reigning queen of country opens up about her very first song, the extreme makeovers. >> my girls are doing pretty good. >> and frank details of her love life. >>> and good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. so, what did you do at work today? chances are good that on this cyber monday there was some point, click and buy going on. a record-breaking $1.5 billion worth of merchandise expected to have been order online today and no one shipped more orders than amazon. it's a company known for its competitiveness and its secrecy. but abc's neal karlinsky was allowed inside to see the amazon magic. >> reporter: this is what the inner world of amazon looks like on cyber monday. capitalism on parade. "nightline" was invited in for a rare glimpse at one of its 80 huge fulfillment centers strategically sprinkled around the globe. look down the aisle here. that's a lot of stuff. t
admitted an affair and resigned. abc's senior foreign affairs correspondent martha raddatz has the details. >> reporter: as cia director, david petraeus held all of the nation's secrets. but was keeping a big one of his own. today, in a statement to cia employees, the man considered a national hero by some acknowledged the affair and what he called his extremely poor judgment. "such behavior is unacceptable," the statement said, "both as a husband and as the leader of an organization such as ours." details about the affair are still emerging. but abc news has learned that the affair was discovered during an fbi investigation into the activities of petraeus' biographer, paula broadwell. the bureau had become concerned with what they called strange activity on the internet by broadwell and that she had also possibly sent e-mails about petraeus to others. >> obviously they trusted me, so, i was able to get a lot of great access. >> reporter: earlier this year, broadwell talked on c-span about her professional relationship with petraeus. >> he put duty in our country and service to the nation
-mails. martha raddatz has the story. >> reporter: when general david petraeus granted paula broadwell exclusive and extraordinary access to pep his biography, he likely never imagined it would lead to his downfall. but tonight, his reputation is sullied. the fbi is under scrutiny, and agents have descended on broadwell's home to gather more material, material broadwell is now willingly providing them in this increasingly strange scandal. the affair first came to light this summer as part of an fbi investigation prompted by a complaint from this woman, jill kelly. a private citizen and military supporter who had befriended petraeus and his wife, holly. kelly received harassing e-mails from an anonymous account, and took them to a friend at the fbi in may or june. the bureau obtained a court order and electronically traced the account to petraeus' biographer. broadwell eventually turned her computer over to the fbi where they were stunned to discover hundreds, if not thousands of e-mails, some salacious, between petraeus and broadwell. >> the fbi, that's why they call it a preliminary investigati
obama attended abc correspondent martha raddatz first wedding back in 1991. this thing goes deep, folks. [ laughter ] 21 years ago barack obama attended debate moderator. martha raddatz's wedding. who knows what favors were exchanged with an eye toward the inevitable future debate. they all knew it was coming. he knew that. panini press would pay off eventually for the running mate he hadn't met yet. [ laughter ] >> stephen: for twenty years, every time she's made a monte cristo she's whispered "i owe you, barack obama." [ laughter ] and sure, obama was actually just a law school classmate of raddatz's husband julius genachowski who raddatz divorced in 1997. but what woman doesn't love doing favors for her ex-husband's friends? [ laughter ] so clearly the debate -- the whole thing is meaningless until ryan wins. point is, everything about obama is suspicious. unfortunately, not as suspicious as it used to be. in the good old days, we had a new obama scandal every week. he was a secret muslim; wasn't born in america; doesn't have a birth certificate; and was trained by joseph stalin, jer
and the other woman. martha raddatz standing by with the newest fallout from the investigation. >>> high price. american families losing their homes because of a missed utility bill? how far is too far for bill collectors? >> you're taking homes from people for small unpaid water bills. >> a "world news" investigation. >>> and saluting our heroes tonight. the little boy in his own words, for his father in afghanistan. >> i'm so proud of him. he is my hero right next to jesus. >> moments later, his hero arrives. >>> and good evening. we do begin here with that terrifying and deadly explosion that shattered a suburban indianapolis neighborhood in the middle of the night. the blast could be felt for miles. firefighters rushing to the scene. you can see one of the homes here on fire and then soon, several of them up in flames. witnesses say you could hear the screams in the night, families huddled outside, hugging their pets. and then today, the image of a charred neighborhood. in a moment here, a tour of the scene, but first, abc's john schriffen with the newest clues. authorities speaking just m
from his wife and family for the majority of the last decade. i'm martha raddatz in washington. >>> there are new questions this morning about the fbi agent who first took that initial complaint from jill kelly. we have learned the agent was barred from taking part in the case over the summer due to concerns he had become personally involved. he reached out to a member of congress when he thought the e-mail investigation was not moving quickly enough. >> could this get any messier? wow. >> thinking, yes. >>> defense secretary leon panetta made his comments about petraeus' decision to resign as the nation's top spot. according to panetta -- i think he took the right step and i think it's important when you're director of the cia with all the challenges that face youen that position that personal integrity comes first and foremost. >>> yeah, secretary of defense, leon panetta and the president agreed, general john allen was up for a promotion. going to become the united states european command and supreme allied commander. that nomination is going to be delayed again. general joh
to abc's senior foreign affairs correspondent, martha raddatz. right now. martha? >> reporter: diane, i've known david petraeus for close to a decade and this news is truly stunning. there is no one in the military who was view ed as more disciplined and, frankly, more concerned with his own image and own career. but the seriousness of having a cia director involved in an extramarital affair cannot be overplayed. as cia director, petraeus held all of the nation's secrets, but was keeping a big one of his own. today, in a statement to cia employees, the man considered a national hero by some acknowledged the affair and what he called his "extremely poor judgment." "such behavior is unacceptable," the statement said. "both as a husband and as the leader of an organization such as ours." petraeus went to the white house yesterday to turn in his resignation, the same place he has so frequently been called upon to serve. >> great privilege to serve with our young men and women. >> reporter: today, in a statement, president obama praised petraeus' dedication and patriotism, and said his thoug
martha raddatz, she's been tracking the story and has these late details. >> reporter: the secretary says on sunday the fbi referred the department of defense a matter involving general allen. apparently this involves communications, e-mails, with jill kelly. apparently there are 20,000 to 30,000 documents including e-mails between general allen and jill kelly. >> wow. now just six months aerks kelly was named honorary ambassador to central come marngsd jill kelly, for her volunteer work with the military. she has yet to comment on this latest development.volunteer wo military. she has yet to comment on this latest developmenfor her volunt military. she has yet to comment on this latest development.her voluntee military. she has yet to comment on this latest development.volunteer wo military. she has yet to comment on this latest developmenher volunteer military. she has yet to comment on this latest developmenfor her volunt military. she has yet to comment on this latest development. 52 broadwell's north carolina home last night now she is becoming possibly a central figure as paula hers
back in the shadows. martha raddatz, abc news, los angeles. >> and there will be more of martha's reporting tonight on "nightline." the film "zero dark thirty" opens nationwide on january 11th. and we thank you for watching on this monday. we're always here at abcnews.com, and i'll see you back here tomorrow night. good night. >>> next at 6:00 the efforts being launched to catch a burglar. >>rñú+ and jewelry store owner took matters into her own hands when armed robbers came calling. >> foggy conditions should we expect a repeat tomorrow? >> and tablets are the hottest selling items this cyber monday. not all are being well received. never again will we allow a criminal to injure and leave our neighborhood undetected. >> residents banding together to laumpbl an aggressive high tech effort to take back their streets. good evening. >> i'm carolyn johnson. they're calling it neighborhood guard, watchful residents and surveillance cameras. help is needed statistics show burglaries up 26%. there has been more than 4300 break ms so far this year compared to about 3400 at this time
's the search for and the killing of osama bin laden. as martha raddatz reports, it centers around a rather unlikely heroine. >> reporter: it is the story everyone thinks they know. the stealthy nighttime raid by s.e.a.l. team six. sweeping the bin laden compound in pakistan. >> you're in the sand and the sound of the rotor wash. and you can't see anything. >> reporter: "zero dark thirty" has it all. but the oscar-winning team behind "the hurt locker" focused on a stunning twist in this story. at the center of a decades-long manhunt, a top female cia officer. played in the movie by jessica chastain. >> i didn't want to use you guys. >> i was blown away at the heart of this hunt was this young woman who had a kind of tenacity and dedication and courage. she would never say no. >> you're going to kill him for me. >> reporter: it was maya, as she's called, who relentlessly focused on a long-forgotten bin laden currier. the link that would lead to the terrorist himself. >> got it. >> reporter: i'm curious what she thought about it? at one point che thought she would be the focus of the movie. >
ignatius, martha raddatz and a norah o'donnell. >> he watch his reputation so well but he allowed paula broadwell all of this access. all of us had access to general petraeus over the years when he wants us around and tell us something. but this was different. he really allowed her to go everywhere with him. he talked to her all the time. i've talked to many aides, they were concerned about it in afghanistan. they were concerned how it looked, the optics of having this woman all the time. they described her as gushy and inapoprie tkingbout his thoughts. you've seen her on several programs over the last week. and things she was saying about him. that made them uncomfortable. >> well like martha, i've known him for about a decade, covered him in these war jones. he's a disciplined man, a man with incredible force of will. as much as we talk about his counterinsurgency doctrine, when i think about what happened in iraq, it was really david trae' will pow inhat battle space in the way he changed people's expectations what was possible, what was striking. so to see a man of that intensity ge
to need a lot of prayer. abc's martha raddatz is in washington this morning guest hosting abc's "this week" for george stephanopoulos. martha, good morning. i know they were laughing over in thailand this morning but they're not going to be laughing if they don't cut a budget deal soon. we're heading into taxmageddon. i know you spoke to the democratic leader in the house nancy pelosi. do you get a sense that we're anywhere close to a deal or are we just hearing a lot of happy talk? >> well, you're hearing a lot of happy talk, dan. i think the operative word is "constructive." that's what nancy pelosi talked about. that's what speaker john boehner talked about, constructive, but there's also a lot of urgency. now, nancy pelosi, we have a lot more of this interview, a fascinating interview, only she thought they could work out this deal in mid-december. i asked her, of course, look, we've heard optimism before and this went nowhere. but there is that urgency now. americans are sick of this. this is the second time around. >> and so overnight we saw -- we saw this video of david petraeus' al
of "nightline" coming up on monday. >> three, two, one -- >> abc's martha raddatz gets to know the oscar-winning director of "zero dark thirty," the new film about the hunt for osama bin laden made by the team that gave us "the hurt locker" among others. that is monday night on "nightline." until then, thank you for watching abc news. hope you check in on "gma" in the morning and have a great night. >>> tonight on "jimmy kimmel live" -- >> every march and november, i stand in front of my microwave for no less than 20 minutes trying to figure out how to reset the clock. >> robert pattinson. >> just take a moment to take him in, i mean, look at him.
be a great christmas gift. david, thank you. >>> be sure to watch abc's "this week." martha raddatz will be in for george stephanopoulos tomorrow. and you'll see more of the house democratic leader, nancy pelosi's first sunday interview since the election. >>> time, now, for the forecast. let's get it to ginger zee. a lot going on in the northwest. >> the pacific northwest. some of the rainiest times of the year. this isn't that out of the ordinary. but i want to show you the first storm already dropping some snow. let's look at video from lake tahoe. you can see the snow was falling. this is the beginning of about a two-day attack from the northwest. and ski season is starting and starting so much better from last year. the snow in the higher elevations going to be helpful there. by monday morning, we'll have that next storm. it's kind of a one-two punch going through the weekend. how much rain? two to four inches in this area. redding, you're included. sacramento's on the south end of it. some of the spots in the far west. it's not just rain. it's not just snow. but also 50-mile-p
say could send the country back into recession. for abc's "this week," martha raddatz asked the house democratic leader if there's room for compromise on that issue. >> could you accept a deal that does not include tax increases for the wealthy? >> no. the president has been very clear that the higher-income people have to pay their fair share. >> reporter: while wall street liked the constructive talks, main street businesses want a deal. they can't plan, hire or increase production without knowing what taxes they'll be paying next year. the president is off for a four-day trip to asia. negotiations will continue. there's some predictions that something could be worked out before christmas. that may not be the big deal. but at least the framework that pushes a lot of this over into next year. >> that would be a great christmas gift. david, thank you. >>> be sure to watch abc's "this week." martha raddatz will be in for george stephanopoulos tomorrow. and you'll see more of the house democratic leader, nancy pelosi's first sunday interview since the election. >>> time, now, for the fo
's martha raddatz here to weigh in on it. >> you see u.n. ambassador susan rice right there. she had a tough day on capitol hill yesterday. >>> also coming up, our exclusive one-on-one. the no-holds-barred interview with brat pitt. what he has to say about turning 50 and bringing up the kids with angelina. >>> and we begin with the major storms let to hit the west. let's go right to sam for the very latest. >> yeah, this is the season where you start to get the storms into northern california and the west. this one is a stackup here. look at this 3-d view. look at the ripples in the clouds. this is the first storm on the coastline. the rain in california today. to the west, that's the second storm. over here, on the curve of the earth, that's the third storm. all three carry heavy amounts of rain. 110-mile-per-hour wind gusts on the mountain tops. 70 to 80-mile-per-hour gusts on the shoreline. locally, nine inches of rain. north of san francisco, your rerks ureka, redding, six inches of rain. the gusty winds, each time one of those lows makes a punch on the coastline. again, the worst weathe
was really going on and when and the avalanche of e-mails now beginning to emerge. abc's martha raddatz reports in now. martha? >> reporter: diane, an official tells abc news tonight, the fbi discovered hundreds, if not thousands, of e-mails between david petraeus and paula broadwell on her computer, an affair that petraeus is claiming did not begin until he left the army. a friend close to petraeus says the general was "shocked and surprised" to learn broadwell had been sending anonymous threatening e-mails to jill kelley, the petraeus family friend who was so alarmed by the e-mails, she called the fbi. those friends also tell us the general's wife, holly petraeus, is furious with her husband. you see her here at his confirmation hearings back in august of 2011, broadwell sitting just a few seats away. petraeus insists they weren't having an affair then, which leads us to the first big question -- when did the affair begin? petraeus' friends claim it started around november 2011, two months after he took over the cia. an important point, since he could be tried under military law for a
by calling him mr. martha raddatz, who is an esteemed correspondent for npr and was reporting live from the pentagon the moment it was hit on 9/11. martha raddatz is one of my role models for her brilliance, professionalism, and unflinching readiness to go anywhere and do anything to get the story. she will be chairing the very important vice presidential debate, by the way, in just a few weeks and i'm sure it will be carried live on npr. and finally we are delighted -- i didn't mention, did i? i -- have i covered everybody? no. mike hayden. how did i forget mike hayden? that's impossible. so i mentioned that he was trying to be very helpful during the evolution of the very difficult times after 9/11. and i recall one moment that i do want to expand on and that is calling him on a saturday after the president, president bush, had substantially declassified the fact that we had a terrorism surveillance program, suggesting that he come and brief the full intelligence committees on the hill. he readily agreed. he was shopping for a christmas present for his wife and said, "i'll come in tod
. with more now in the unfolding zanl, here's abc's martha raddatz. >> reporter: dave petraeus' secret affair may never have been discovered if not for the threatening e-mails his lover sent to jill kelly, wife of a tampa surgeon, a long supporter of the military. officials say she was not romantically involved with petraeus, but was a family friend of petraeus and his wife. officials say the anonymous e-mails to kelly were so disturbing and obsessive, she called the authorities. they traced them to paula broadwell's computer, where eventually evidence of an affair between the cia director and broadwell was discovered. petraeus is claiming the affair with broadwell did not begin until after he retired from the military in august 2011. it was a week later he became cia director. friends say the affair ended four months ago, about the time jill kelly received the e-mails. friends say it was petraeus who ended the relationship. broadwell had extraordinary access to petraeus, but when she was chosen as his biographer, she had never even written a book. >> and she struck me as a very ambitious you
of the most formidable, one active duty, one retired, are in the heat of the spotlight, and martha raddatz tells us what happened today. martha? >> reporter: diane, the consequences of dave petraeus' infidelity are astonishing. the nation is left without him as its cia director and the commander of our forces in afghanistan caught up in this bizarre web, as well. it is breathtaking. within days, two four-star generals so widely respected in the midst of scandal. first, david petraeus and now general john allen being investigated for sending what the pentagon said were "potentially inappropriate" messages, putting on hold his likely promotion to become the supreme allied commander in europe. >> of course, it weighs on him as much as it weighs on dave petraeus. i believe that dave is very, very sad for what he admitted he did. >> reporter: at the center of this web, jill kelley, the tampa socialite and honorary military ambassador, living near the centcom headquarters where petraeus and allen were once based. officials say it was early this summer that kelley received anonymous e-mails, accu
are julianna goldman, white house correspondent for "bloomberg news," and martha raddatz, senior foreign affairs correspondent for angst news. thank you both for being here. >> great to be here. >> let's start on the domestic decide and we'll move to foreign affairs. julianna did the president leave any wiggle room for compromise on the tax cuts. >> the president said come january 1, taxes will go up. the congress, if they decide they're going to hold middle class tax cuts hostage for tax cuts on the wealthy, then tax cuts are going to go up across the board. but he's drawing a line in the sand, essentially, that the current tax rates, bush-era tax rates for the top 2% are going to expire january 1 but he did leave himself some wiggle room. it's just a question of when that wiggle room can really go into play. >> they have a lame duck session coming up-- "they" being congresshat starts next week. there really isn't any possibility to resolve these big, big budgetary issues in that sort a period of time. >> that's the question of when he will really have that kind of wiggle room. he was a
or not. and who better to talk about it than martha raddatz and julianna goldman. thank you so much. >> thank you, al. >> thank you. . >> rose: when the book "life of pi" appeared in 2001, few imagined it to be made into a film. "life of pi" is finally a movie. this production captures the magic and grandeur of nature that many thought unfilmable. here is the trailer. >> aaaahhh! are ar ♪ ♪ >> rose: joining me are some of the people who brought the story to life. ang is here, an oscar winning director of films such as "broque back mountain," "crouchy tiger." irrfan khan plays pi. suraj sharma makes his acting debut as young pi. he lived the life of pi in a water tank with an imaginary tiger. i am pleased to have them here at this table. welcome. good to see all of you here. everybody thought this was undoable, unfilmable, and impossible, and along comes ang lee, said i can do it. >> for a long time i thought the same thing. when fox asked me to do it, i got seduced. it was so challenging. two things make me take the leap of faith. one is having the third person and the younger
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